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Thursday, December 23, 2004

Is John Ashcroft Still Looking for Work? 

If so he'd better buff up the old resume, because the Villahermosa P.D. is being flooded with applications:
Alarmed by glimpses of sweaty citizens in the buff, the city council in the southeastern city of Villahermosa has adopted a law banning indoor nudity, officials confirmed Wednesday.

The regulation, which takes effect on Jan. 1, calls for as much as 36 hours in jail or a fine of 1,356 pesos ($121) for offenders in the Tabasco state capital, 410 miles east of Mexico City.

"We are talking about zero tolerance … for a lack of morality," said city councilwoman Blanca Estela Pulido of the Revolutionary Institutional Party, which governs the state and city . . . .

"I have no idea how you detect the naked. You'd have to have a big operation to try to bring it under control," [opposition party councilman Rodrigo Sanchez] added.
(Thanks to Zemblan patriot J.M. for the link.)

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